Samstag, 15. Februar 2014

Weight Improvement (Ferdinand's Revenge Part 4)

In this post I want to show you an overview in my weight improvement on the Ferdinand's revenge engine project

Camshaft, Lifters, Valves , Wrist Pins and Pistons are back from coating


Looks good

Milling of the Piston

On the lathe

Hmm ... good

For the next wight improvement we will go down in weigth
starting with a Standard Mahle wrist pin

:-(  to heavy

AA Standard B-Piston

CB Performance Tool Steel wrist pin shortened to B-Piston Length

:-) that`s nice!

JPS wrist pin, nearly half the weight of the Mahle wrist pin

;-) Like it!

42 mm Intake valve

Weight of the Rocker arm after machining  93,8g
Started at 112g

Better lubrication and ligther Rockers

Compare before and after

Big Jugs are always soo sexy....... ( . Y . )


Sonntag, 9. Februar 2014

Coin of Five, Longblock

In my opinion one of the best combinations for street use.
Very nice driveability, performance and good torque what else is needed?

That`s inside:

94mm P&C , Diamond Plateau honing
Lightweight wrist pins
CB H-Rods

JPS Double Valvesprings with Titanium retainer
D-ported, 043 heads 40x37,5mm valves 
JPS reshaped combustion chambers
Engle W120 , 
SCAT Pro Comp 1,25 Rockers
10,2:1 SCR , 8,4:1 DCR

JPS Alu-Pushrods
CSP Supercompetiton Exhaust
44 Weber IDF

Samstag, 1. Februar 2014

Mr. D`s 2,4l Typ4 ready and new engine project "Coin of Five"

Ready for break in, ignition and exhaust will be fit on the engine test bench

In this 2,4l Typ4 with high performance valvesprings I use my JPS pushrods too

stock pushrod Typ4
29 gramm ligther :-)

Update kit instaled

New engine project:

"Coin of Five"

Nice Goodies

Scat Pro-Comp rockers, Titanium retainers
1915 cc
deck height checking and pre-assembly of the heads